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Rising Intonations – And the Emotions They Reveal (Video)

In this week’s video, I discuss a distinct vocal pattern that we all use, but seldom consider…intonation. When you listen to someone, you are processing all kinds of information, above and beyond the words you actually hear. When you train your ear to IDENTIFY vocal patterns, you will notice patterns in others, but more importantly, you can bring awareness to your own. With this awareness, you are empowered with the choice to CHANGE.

Once you relax and bring your awareness to your way of speaking, you can be empowered to Speak Up and Stand Out, as I often say! But it takes a special kind of attention to how you speak. Watch the video below for more on this topic.



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Alexa Fischer

Meet Alexa Fischer

Wishbeads founder Alexa Fischer is an actress, teacher, author, and speaker whose work helps people go after their dreams, build their confidence, and break free from fear. It’s time to ignite your light.


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